Hey Mr. DJ! I’m the Clubmaster!
I am not one for small sunglasses, but every now and then a pair comes along that catches my attention and pulls me away from the bug look that big frames can cause.
Hit The Club
The Ray-Ban RB3016 Classic Clubmaster Sunglasses have the small, classic frame of the original Clubmasters that hit the market many years ago. They have reappeared many times throughout the years, but I think the biggest difference between the current and previous versions is that these come in every color imaginable.
Not Riding High
The Clubmasters are not sunglasses that will sit on your head. If you’re like me and you instinctively toss them up there, you will be uncomfortable. What can I say, you’ll just have to get used to taking them off instead!
Small Face Club
These glasses are pretty small, so they’re not designed for large heads or wide faces. They come in 2 sizes, 49 and 51 mm, so people with larger faces can give them a shot, but the 51 mm size may still be too small.
For small glasses, they can be pretty heavy. If you’re looking for glasses that are lightweight, these may not be the pair for you.
Club of Opportunities
As said, these glasses come in more than 20 different colors and combinations from muted black on black, to colors that are way more out there. These include teal lenses, cobalt blue frames and others with yellow accents, and it doesn’t stop there. They aren’t polarized though, but you do get UV protection so you still get plenty of protection for your eyes.
Club Of Style
Overall, if you want a classic style of sunglasses for a small face, these may fill all of the criteria you need (even though they are a little heavy). More than that, they come in at just over $100 which makes them a very affordable way of getting style and flair along with a classic look.
If you think your future is as a Clubmaster, march on over here and put them in your cart.